Corruption risks: how does your country measure up?

Corruption risks: how does your country measure up?

What do Ethiopia, Greece, and the Turks and Caicos have in common? Answer: they’ve all undergone our in-depth integrity assessments – unique projects that examine a country’s key actors, from the media to parliament to the judiciary, looking for the weaknesses and loopholes that allow corruption to creep in.

The idea is two-fold. First: to end corruption, you need all of a country’s key institutions working to their full potential. Whether it’s the independence of the judiciary or a lack of regulation on lobbying, problems in one sector make abuses more likely across the board. Second: effective solutions are those everyone can stand behind. When there’s not real commitment from across society, even the strongest measures can have little impact.

Looking at each major institution in turn, and produced in consultation with those who work at the heart of them, our national assessments are designed to meet both needs. Creating a dialogue with those who are pivotal to driving change, the assessments not only provide a comprehensive analysis of corruption risks, they also offer credible solutions that work in practice.

In 2012, as economic crisis and political scandals dogged Europe, we examined 25 countries and 800 institutions for the largest-ever analysis of the continent’s corruption risks. Exposing worrying threats at the intersection of money and politics, we prompted governments to take action on a range of issues from organised crime to party financing.

To date, we’ve put the spotlight on more than 100 countries and territories worldwide. And there’s more coming soon. Our researchers are currently at work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Maldives, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vanuatu and Vietnam – as well as countries in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Africa.

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مؤشر مدركات الفساد 2019

كشـف مؤشـر مـدركات الفسـاد للعـام ً 2019عـددا ً صادمـا مـن الـدول التـي تقـوم ً بقليـل مـن التحسـينات أو لا تقـوم أبـدا بأيـة تحسـينات فـي سـبيل معالجـة الفسـاد، ويقتـرح تحليلنـا بضـرورة تخفيـض مقـدار الأمـوال الطائلـة التـي يتـم انفاقهـا علـى السياسـة، وضـرورة تعزيـز عمليـات صنـع القـرار السياسـي كونهمـا ضروريـان للحـد مـن الفسـاد

IPC 2019: Analyse mondiale

L’Indice de Perception de la Corruption 2019 révèle qu’un nombre impressionnant de pays ne montrent que peu ou pas de signes d’amélioration dans la lutte contre la corruption. Notre analyse suggère également que la réduction de l’influence de l’argent en politique et la promotion de processus de prise de décision inclusifs sont essentielles pour lutter contre la corruption.

CPI 2019: Global Highlights

CPI 2019 reveals that a majority of countries are showing little to no improvement in tackling corruption. More than two-thirds of countries score below 50, with an average score of just 43.

Индекс восприятия коррупции 2019: Восточная Европа и Центральная Азия

Регион имеет сложности с ограниченным разделением властей, злоупотреблением государственными ресурсами в избирательных целях, непрозрачным финансированием политических партий и конфликтами интересов.

Corruption Perceptions Index 2019

The Corruption Perceptions Index ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption, according to experts and business people.

الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا

وبنفس معدل الدرجات البالغ ً 39خلال العام الماضي، كان هناك تقدما ً ضئيلا في تحسين السيطرة على الفساد في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا

IPC 2019: Afrique Subsaharienne

Tandis que les Seychelles sont aux prises avec des affaires de blanchiment d’argent, dimension qui n’est pas pris en compte dans le calcul de l’IPC , plusieurs lois anti-corruption, notamment une loi récente sur l’accès à l’information et une commission anti-corruption créée il y a peu, ont contribué à renforcer le cadre de la lutte contre la corruption dans le pays.

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